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Kurashiki Hina Meguri

Kurashiki Hina Meguri

This seasonal event celebrates Hina Matsuri, also known as “Girls’ Day”, with large-scale displays of antique and handmade Japanese Hina dolls in several key districts in the city.

Kurashiki City is a large city that merged with several nearby towns several years ago, and the Hina dolls are on display in each important area, as seen below on this flyer:

◆Date & Time: through Sunday, March 10th. Times differ for each display, so please check the information carefully before visiting.

◆Location: at designated display venues throughout the city; see locations on flyer. The map link below is for the main display in the Kurashiki Bikan Historical District, which is the easiest to access.

◆Fee: admission is free-of-charge

◆Other info: event Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/kurashikihinameguri?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet&igsh=ZDNlZDc0MzIxNw==

◆For more information, click here: https://www.kurashiki-tabi.jp/campaign/hina2024/ (You may want to use an extension to translate pages in Japanese.)

Hina doll display at Shinkei-en in the Kurashiki Bikan Historical District

Hina doll display at the historic Nozaki Residence in Kojima, Kurashiki



I'm from the U.S.A., but I've lived longer in Okayama. I'm a sake sommelier, certified by the Sake Sommelier Association in London. I love traveling in Japan, beautifully presented food and desserts, great art, taking photos, hiking and walking, visiting gardens, and spending time with family and friends.